Championship playoff hopefuls Millwall are worried that they could be priced out of a move to sign on loan winger Ben Marshall, according to a report in the Birmingham Mail.
The winger, formerly of Sheffield Wednesday and Stoke, has been in red hot form for the Lions since making a loan move in January, and has contributed three goals in 12 appearances, whilst also boasting the impressive stat of yet to be being on the losing side.
Manager Neil Harris is hopeful he can guide his charges into the top six, and will be hopeful of making a move for Marshall on a more permanent basis. However, Wolves could well put the blockers on any move, with the Premier League new boys likely to command a fee in excess of £1m for the winger.
Wolves sealed their return to the top flight yesterday when Fulham failed to beat Brentford, and the club could well look to shift out plenty of their fringe players this summer, with Marshall undoubtetly falling into this category.
Marshall himself will no doubt be keen to keep on playing first team football, and could well see a move to Millwall as the ideal step to continue his career.
Wolves and Milwall fans, what do you think? Is a permanent deal for Marshall a good thing? Let us know!